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BIO341

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CodeBIO341
Course NameMolecular Toxicology
InstructorKanaly, Robert
Credits2
TermTerm1
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Course outlineEnvironmental Toxicology The purpose of the course, Environmental Toxicology is to provide an introduction to the fundamental principles of environmental toxicology and environmental chemistry. The course will provide an opportunity for students to broaden their knowledge of the interactions of toxic chemicals (including drugs, pesticides, industrial pollutants, and natural products) with living organisms and the environment. Modern food production methods and experimental toxicology will also be presented. Emphasis will be placed on contemporary problems of human health and the environment and the sources, fate, and effects of chemicals in our daily living spaces.
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RemarkPrerequisit_ At least one from Introduction to Organic Chemistry or Analytical Chemistry or Biochemistry l
Course Schedule/PlanUnit 1 General principles of toxicology and mechanisms of toxicity
Unit 2 Toxicity and biotransformation
Unit 3 Experimental toxicology, chemical carcinogenesis
Unit 4 Food and environmental toxicology
 

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